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Uber fined £385,000 in the UK for 2016 cyber-attack

Uber has been fined £385,000 ($491,000) by the UK's privacy watchdog for "failing to protect" the personal info of around 2.7 million UK users during a cyber attack in 2016. The figure isn't far off from the maximum penalty of £500,000 ($…Read more

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